We traveled to Cabbage Key by our own boat from Tampa. A slice of old Florida and a wonderful way to spend a weekend. The hospitality that Mr Wells and his staff show their guests is as good as their little island. They make you feel right at home. We stayed in the Tarpon Lodge that was comfortable, we ate in the Inn one night and cooked at the lodge.
A great weekend!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Cabbage Key is a 100 acre island located five miles off of Pine Island, FL in the Pine Island Sound. The Inn, built in the 1940's by the family of Mary Roberts Rinehart, now houses our famous Restaurant & Dollar Bill Bar and six guest rooms. The rooms in the Inn are all different with old Florida charm - they do not have TVs, phones, or refrigerators. We have seven cottages on the island, ranging from a 1 bedroom/1 bath cottage to 3 bedroom/3 bath waterfront units. All cottages have refrigerators, televisions (no cable) and coffee makers, some units have full kitchens. Our restaurant is open seven days a week and serves breakfast, lunch & dinner. If you want to relax on a beach...we do not have one here. But, Cayo Costa is a close kayak or boat ride away. This is a great retreat to discover "Old Florida", relax with a book, fish from our docks & watch the boats go by. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Cabbage Key Inn And Restaurant Hotel Bokeelia